Work is still under way on a number of the council's projects across the city, including the Library Gallery Redevelopment.
If you drive past the old library site you will see construction machines being driven around and notice the foundations have been laid.
Over at Richardson Park, an upgrade is being carried out that will see the landscaping of the area between the platform and Richardson Park to extend the green space available for our community.
Work is also under way on the temporary green space next to Junction Square which will be landscaped with shrubs, grassed areas and seating areas as well as additional car parking.
This Precinct One green space (on the corner of Elgin Boulevard and High St) is temporary because the land is leased.
The site, previously used as a car yard known as Goldpoint Motors, forms part of the Central Place development precinct owned by Development Victoria.
The council has leased the 6150 square metre site between Junction Square and Jack Hore Way for a seven-year licence to enable the activation of the space until such time as it is developed.
The project is being partly funded by the National Stronger Regions Fund following savings made on the four-year project that was completed with the final stage of High St.
The savings will also go to the Richardson Park extension and an allocation towards the Library Gallery Redevelopment.
Works on the green space are due to be completed by June.
Watch the above video of Mayor Cr Anna Speedie updating residents on the current projects.
Follow the progress of our major projects here.